Moriches Sleep Apnea
Getting a good night’s rest is vital for good health. People normally feel well-rested after a good night’s sleep; however, this is not the case for sleep apnea patients. Patients with sleep apnea feel exhausted even after sleeping for a long period of time. Moriches sleep apnea is a very serious disorder that requires treatment.
If you have symptoms of sleep apnea, you should see an expert dentist like ours at Contemporary Dental Associates to get a sleep study done in order to confirm the Moriches sleep apnea diagnosis. It’s important to get this done so you can be treated as soon as possible. Sleep apnea is a very serious condition in which the patient stops breathing for short periods of time while sleeping. Sleep apnea negatively impacts the patient’s quality of life. It has many troublesome symptoms which include: the cessation of breathing for short intervals while sleeping, choking or gasping for air in the middle of the night, loud snoring and fatigue (even after sleeping throughout the night). While the Gold Standard of Care for sleep apnea is the CPAP machine, many patients aren’t able to tolerate it. The alternative therapy for patients with mild sleep apnea who can’t tolerate the CPAP would be oral appliance therapy. Unfortunately, an oral appliance is not an option for patients with severe sleep apnea. For those who are candidates, the oral appliance works by keeping the airway open while the patients are sleeping, allowing them to breathe throughout the night while they’re sleeping. The oral appliance shifts the jaw into a forward position which prevents the tongue and the soft tissues in the back of the throat from collapsing. Since this keeps the airway open, patients can breathe normally while they sleep. This alleviates their symptoms and they typically wake up feeling much more well-rested as opposed to before treatment.
If you’re interested in learning more about Moriches sleep apnea treatments, you should consult with our dentist. Contact our office to set up your appointment today.
Moriches NY affordable dental care
At our dental practice, we are happy to provide affordable dental care for patients of all ages. If you need dental care, but are concerned about how much it will cost, you should come to see us at Contemporary Dental Associates. We offer Moriches NY affordable dental care, without ever sacrificing our excellent quality treatment, and patient care.
At our dental practice, our number one concern is our patients’ comfort and safety. Even though we offer Moriches NY affordable dental care, our patients always know that they can always count on us to provide them with the very best dental care, using state-of-the-art equipment, and dental techniques. Our expert dentists are Dr. Dean Delle Donne and Dr. Anthony DeLio. Our dental practice has been offering the very finest dental care, for over 30 years, for patients in the Moriches and Manorville communities, and surrounding areas. We always make sure that we provide exemplary patient care for long-lasting results, and that our patients will also receive outstanding aesthetic results from their dental treatments. Our office is state-of-the-art, so patients can be assured that they will receive treatment using the most modern technology and dental techniques, to ensure the very best dental results. We also use the very finest dental anesthesia so our patients always remain comfortable during their dental procedures. Our dentists are happy to provide treatment for all members of the family, including exceptional pediatric dental care. Some of the procedures we commonly provide are: comprehensive dental exams to make sure that your entire mouth is remaining healthy; preventive dental care to help prevent dental cavities and the development of gum disease; porcelain restorations, including dental crowns and veneers to fix the appearance of teeth, or to strengthen teeth; dental implants to replace missing teeth; teeth bleaching and whitening; and treatment of sleep apnea.
For an appointment to come into our top-notch dental practice for Moriches NY affordable dental care, contact us today.
Mastic Dental Care
Are you seeking a dental solution for your cracked, missing, crowded or spaced-out teeth? Then give us a call at Contemporary Dental Associates to book an appointment to discuss whether you might be a good candidate for our Mastic dental care. With our help, you’ll be showing off your new movie star smile in no time!
At Contemporary Dental Associates, our team of highly-trained and compassionate specialists make your smile our top priority. Led by Drs. Deane Delle Donne and Anthony DeLio, our practice goes the extra mile to ensure that each patient receives personalized, gentle, and effective care in an environment that’s friendly and welcoming towards all patients, young and old. We’ve been devoted to bringing optimum oral health to our fellow members of the Moriches community for over 30 years and our state-of-the-art facility is conveniently located on Montauk Highway. Our wide array of services includes comprehensive dental examinations, a full array of preventative and hygiene therapies, the latest in porcelain restorations, dental implants, tooth bleaching and whitening procedures, porcelain veneers and the latest cosmetic restorative materials, pediatric dental care, and sleep apnea treatments. If you’re curious whether you might be a good candidate for porcelain restorations and dental veneers of that nature, ask to speak to one of our dentists about what kind of Mastic dental care might be right for you. Porcelain veneers are simply thin, tooth-like wafers of porcelain custom-made to be glued to the front of a patient’s tooth or teeth. These veneers can bring uniformity to the smile where there was once a chipped, misaligned, or otherwise misshapen tooth, all without forcing the patient to undergo the time and trouble of tooth extractions and dental implants.
To learn more about whether our Mastic dental care might be the dental solution you’ve been waiting for, call our office at Contemporary Dental Associates!
Mastic Cavity Treatment
Here at Contemporary Dental Associates, the next best thing to preventing a cavity entirely is to treat is early. The effects of plaque, and its hardened form, tartar, create small holes in your teeth, but over time those holes can grow larger. When they do, they put you at greater risk for a bacterial infection inside your tooth, severe pain, the need for root canal therapy, and possibly even the loss of a tooth to an extraction. All of those consequences can be avoided with our Mastic cavity treatment.
Most of the plaque that forms on and between your teeth is removed when you brush after meals and vigorously floss once per day. However, plaque is sneaky. It hides in gum pockets and elsewhere that is out of the reach of your oral hygiene routine. It then hardens into tartar, which cannot be removed with simple brushing and flossing. That’s why we recommend that you come in two times per year for a complete dental exam. As a big part of that, you will get x-rays as needed. Along with a physical and visual inspection of your teeth, this will identify the presence of a tooth decay at the earliest stage possible, making our Mastic cavity treatment as effective as possible. We use various filling materials, including amalgam (metal), which is suitable for back teeth, due to the fact that its strong enough to withstand the force of chewing that those teeth require. We also offer porcelain, composite, and ceramic, all of which are considered to be white fillings or tooth-colored fillings. On front teeth, those that show when you smile and speak, white fillings are ideal. They blend in virtually seamlessly so that it isn’t obvious that you have a filling at all.
Don’t wait until a toothache forces you to come in. Schedule an appointment with us for a six month dental exam. And if you need our Mastic cavity treatment, you’ll find that it’s simple, efficient, and painless.
Dental care in Mastic
Maintaining good dental health requires a commitment to a program of both at-home tooth hygiene, and regular checkups and cleanings from a dental professional. Dental care in Mastic has been the mission for the doctors and staff of Contemporary Dental Associates for over 30 years. Our practice prides itself in delivering a comprehensive range of oral care services from the routine to the complete restoration of your teeth. Our first priority has always been providing these services in a compassionate and professional manner, and in educating our patients as to the care of their teeth and in the treatment options available for any problem they encounter to restore their perfectly happy and healthy smile.
While many patients think of dental care in Mastic as related to teeth, the fact is that proper care for the gums is just as important. Our practice strives to educate our patients on preventative gum care and to diagnosing and treating gum (periodontal) diseases. There are many different diseases of the gum, all of which can lead to pain and tooth loss if left untreated. Gingivitis is the most common type of periodontal disease and is caused by the buildup of plague along the gum line. Bacteria can get under the gum line and cause infections and decay. Chronic periodontal disease usually occurs in people over 45 and is characterized by constant inflammation along the gum line, while aggressive periodontal disease is similar but progresses much more rapidly. If left untreated these periodontal diseases can result in bone loss, as well as tooth loss.
Dental care in Mastic gives patients with periodontal disease a number of treatment options, depending on the type and severity of the gum disease. The simplest approach is a non-surgical treatment where our dentists scale the gums and do root planning, in which the roots are carefully cleaned and smoothed to remove the bacteria. Routine maintenance is usually required to keep the gums healthy. For more involved cases our practice may recommend periodontal surgery, the most common type is deep pocket reduction. Other periodontal procedures include crown lengthening used to make the teeth appear longer, soft tissue grafts which can help cover exposed roots and prevent further gum recession. Let us help you keep your gums healthy through an evaluative consultation, call our office to set up an appointment.